- Pete Roper wrote:
- What year and is it a roller motor?
I think the sump gives that away Pete just saying
I would hazard 2015 -2016, could be registred later though not in the UK/EU as would not pass Euro 4 regs.
Top ends too noisy or some other bollocks only you being a tree hugger would know about.
- Jc wrote:
- Hey everyone!
Issues: neutral is near impossible to achieve.
Pivot pin the gear lever mounts to is rarely greased, (its a serviceable item) if dry/neglected it will wear.
Brake side has same pin and receives same neglect, spring makes that side not feel sloppy.
Mine was well sloppy, replace the pin £8 and greased, this removed most of the slop, greasing alone is better than nothing.
Ball joints on shifter rod could do with a grease too.
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Ensure clutch adjustment pin is fully engaging the clutch piston at the master cylinder.
People tend to fit after market levers and have the reach too short so engagment is less than ideal.
Adjust the pin to compensate for reduced lever travel.
Approaching long wait 3 way lights its easy enough to shift to neutral if feel the need, parking up at a meet and being in the wrong gear (too high) definitely caught me plenty of times, still does.
Kill switch it and do it silently
I've only owned mine 6 months, 3-4 of those were spent winter servicing.
There's probably a knack to it